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Energy, imagination and sharing stories lie at the heart of the programming and on-line content on offer in TG4’s Autumn line-up, revealed at a launch in the very appropriate setting of the brand-new O’Donoghue Centre for Theatre, Drama and Performance in NUI Galway this week.
Corrib Travel has teamed up with Insight Vacations and Uniworld Boutique River Cruises to give you an afternoon of advice and information about premium and luxury journeys and passion for providing enriching experiences and the finest holidays.
There has never been a better time to visit Florida. Florida, known as the sunshine state, is home to the bluest of seas, year-round sunshine, and stunning, pristine, beaches. This destination has something for everyone, from exciting theme parks to incredible dining experiences and unparalleled natural beauty. Florida is also home to some of the best shopping malls in the United States and a holiday to Florida, is truly like no other.
And So I Watch You From Afar (ASIWYFA) have just announced a Christmas date at The Garbo’s Venue in Castlebar this December. ASIWFA are one of Northern Ireland’s most breath-taking, compelling, and heart-stoppingly brilliant exports. With rumours of a new album on the horizon the band will play Garbo’s on December 29.
Deputy for Longford-Westmeath, Peter Burke (FG), secured a debate last week on the impending tourism strategy to cover Athlone and the Midlands.
Alison, one of the world’s largest free e-learning platforms, last week welcomed Minister for Jobs, Enterprise & Innovation, Mary Mitchell O’Connor to their newly refurbished offices in Galway Technology Park, Parkmore to announce the creation of 30 new jobs due to the company’s expansion.
Ford has marked 100 years since Henry Ford & Son Limited was established in Cork on April 17, 1917.
In 1912, the county of Mayo had been through seven challenging decades of continuous population decline. The reasons for such a plummet in numbers were multiple. High infant mortality, disease brought on by poor diet, a demanding lifestyle, and high emigration tested the people of Mayo’s strength to the limit.